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Top tips for finding the perfect Gower Peninsula hotel
Explore Swansea, the biggest town on the Gower Peninsula. You’ll be spoilt for choice for hotels here, whether you want to stay in a convenient location in the city centre or in a hotel overlooking Swansea Bay.
Base yourself in Mumbles, a small village on the Gower Peninsula with views over the bay. Be sure to book in advance as this is a popular location outside Swansea, and accommodation is limited, especially in the summer months.
For bird-watchers, the Gower Peninsula provides plenty of opportunities to get your binoculars out. Consider staying at a hotel near the Llanelli Wetlands Centre – perhaps The Estuary with its views over the estuary, only a short drive away.
If you are travelling for business and need somewhere to work from, consider staying at a hotel with a business centre for use by its guests, such as Morgans Hotel. Business travellers should consider booking a hotel near Swansea Station to make the commute easier.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Gower Peninsula
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Gower Peninsula.
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Swansea (100% of total searches to Gower Peninsula).
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Gower Peninsula for as cheap as R452 (Swansea) in the last 3 days. The average price is R2 956.
If you fancy treating yourself to a luxury stay in the Gower Peninsula, you are in luck. For sea views, the Swansea Marriott Hotel is well-placed on the marina in Swansea and boasts fantastic views over Swansea Bay. Alternatively, you could stay in the Music Fable Hotel, also in Swansea and with views of the beach. Move a bit outside the town and book into the Somerfield Lodge, located on the edge of Clyne Golf Club. Here, you will be able to relax away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
For shopping and visiting historical sights on the Gower Peninsula, you may wish to base yourself in or near Swansea, from where you can take advantage of both cultural and natural beauty. Stay in the Dragon Hotel or the Dolphin SA1 Hotel in the Castle neighbourhood of Swansea to be within easy walking distance of the Castle and the Swansea Market. If you want to indulge in some shopping, consider staying at the Travelodge Swansea Central, an easy walk away from the central shopping area.
Renowned for their waves, the beaches of Caswell, Rhossili and Oxwich on the Gower Peninsula are perfect for a surfing holiday. Stay in one of the hotels that will give you easy access to the beach, such as the Oxwich Bay Hotel, located right on the seashore itself. Alternatively, pick one of the hotels close to Rhossili Beach, such as The Kings Head Inn in Llangennith, just an easy drive away from the beach and the waves.
As most of the Gower Peninsula is crisscrossed with walking paths, you will have your pick of places to stay. Consider booking The Mumbles Carlton Hotel to be close to the start of the Gower Coast Path stretching all the way from The Mumbles around the Peninsula via Rhossili Beach. Alternatively, you could stay at the North House Hotel, also situated in The Mumbles. Other hotels along the route include the Oxwich Bay Hotel.
Where to stay in Gower Peninsula?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Gower Peninsula by showing you the exact location of each hotel.